The MTA Board’s decision last Friday to cut Muni service by 10 percent was just the beginning of a months-long saga over Muni’s budget. On Tuesday, get a glimpse of what’s to come at the MTA Board meeting, followed by a Muni Summit on Saturday that will bring together dozens of groups hoping to save […]
Agenda. Proposed rejection of MTA budget is Item 8.
The upcoming weeks hold several key events for Muni’s future that transit supporters won’t want to miss, including an MTA vote on service cuts, public hearings on the budget, and a summit of groups trying to save Muni. MTA Board Vote on Service Cuts and Fare Increases: February 26 First, the MTA Board will be […]
The week could be one of the most significant for bicycling in San Francisco over the past four years, as Superior Court Judge Peter Busch will consider lifting the bicycle injunction at a hearing today, Monday. Stay tuned to our Twitter feed for live updates. Also, Streetsblog Editor Bryan Goebel and Reporter Matthew Roth will […]
MTA Chair Tom Nolan. Aside from Malcolm Heinicke’s proposal to tax rental cars at SFO — which was apparently shot down by legal staff — no member of the MTA Board of Directors has offered any ideas for generating new revenue, other than toying or saying yay or nay to recommendations presented by staff, to […]
Service on the 14 Limited would be expanded from mid days to 5:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. Flickr photo by Octoferret. MTA Executive Director Nat Ford has released a list of proposed service enhancements on 14 lines that run parallel or near lines that are being eliminated or scaled back in this year’s budget. The […]